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Hello, I purchased on ebay the 8"Radio without infinity audio from 2016 Tucson and was thinking it would be easy to replace the 5" Radio on 2017 Tucson. Both Radios are Canadian variant as both are from cars bought in Quebec.

Before buying the radio I checked some diagrams online and the connector A and B should have been identical on both but as per attached pictures the connector A and B has totally different wires on 5' Radio, the connector C is different but should be easy to configure as it has less wires and is responsible for rear view camera only.

I would welcome suggestions on how to proceed with the reconfiguring of the connectors A and B, if you have or maybe provide the diagrams for CAN variant 5" radio.



Thank you very much for your help.
 

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Hello, I purchased on ebay the 8"Radio without infinity audio from 2016 Tucson and was thinking it would be easy to replace the 5" Radio on 2017 Tucson. Both Radios are Canadian variant as both are from cars bought in Quebec.

Before buying the radio I checked some diagrams online and the connector A and B should have been identical on both but as per attached pictures the connector A and B has totally different wires on 5' Radio, the connector C is different but should be easy to configure as it has less wires and is responsible for rear view camera only.

I would welcome suggestions on how to proceed with the reconfiguring of the connectors A and B, if you have or maybe provide the diagrams for CAN variant 5" radio.



Thank you very much for your help.

Following, I am dying to hear if someone know how do this. Hopefully somebody will answer your questions.
 

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Hello, could anybody help to find wiring diagram / connector pin for

96560-D3201-4X or 96560-D3210-4X

RECEIVER, W/ O INFINITY AUDIO, TO 07/ 27/ 2015

Seems it is without infinity audio, just can not understand why the wires placement are so different from 5" radio :(
 

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Someone please correct me if I’m wrong but I’m thinking it’s going to be a bit more difficult. The 5” headunit has the amp built-in whereas the 8” unit has an external amp located in the rear of the vehicle. Sounds like you’ll need that and the required harnesses and other associated hardware to do this job.
 

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This subject has been brought up MANY times. If someone made an adaptor harness they could sell a lot of them! Another frequent poster in this forum has pointed out that indeed the wires pin locations are different and also the spdif vs standard output. Those are the two main issues with retrofitting.

Does the 8" Euro version have HD radio and nav? I read in another thread that it does not have XM capability?
 

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Hello, long story short, I did go to 2 hyundai dealers, both of them advised it would cost between $200 and $500 only to rewire but would not guarantee it would work and would not be covered under warranty.
I also went to a radio shop and the technician told me right away it is mostly hard to replace due to 5" having internal amplifier and the 8" not.
So I decided not to change for now.
The only bad thing about this is that both dealers would have started the job without actually knowing anything about this :(
I have returned the item.
 

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I also went to a radio shop and the technician told me right away it is mostly hard to replace due to 5" having internal amplifier and the 8" not.

Sounds almost like you need a new radio shop. I would think that instead of "mostly hard to replace" it would be that you need to add an external amp to your system, which radio shops can do.
 

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Instead of trying to force the factory unit to work, just install an aftermarket unit with my install guide. I even laid out the wiring schematic so any radio shop can handle it, even their worst technician.

An android auto apple carplay head unit goes for about <$400 these days. Plan on another $200ish dollars to have the radio shop install and wire it up with a metra face plate and wiring harnesses.

http://www.hyundai-forums.com/2016-...w-guide-installing-aftermarket-head-unit.html
 

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Instead of trying to force the factory unit to work, just install an aftermarket unit with my install guide. I even laid out the wiring schematic so any radio shop can handle it, even their worst technician.

An android auto apple carplay head unit goes for about <$400 these days. Plan on another $200ish dollars to have the radio shop install and wire it up with a metra face plate and wiring harnesses.

http://www.hyundai-forums.com/2016-...w-guide-installing-aftermarket-head-unit.html

I think the reason so many of us are wanting to go with factory/oem style replacement rather than standard after market is to keep the oem look. When going with the dash adapters you lose a whole stack of illuminated buttons and knobs in favor of a cubby, which can make the dash look pretty bare, especially at night. I'm still on the seemingly eternal lookout for an android oem style unit that will work with the factory backup camera to replace my 5 inch. Depending on what happens I eventually may have to bite the bullet and go with a modern carplay enabled unit with the cubby adapter :(
 

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My head unit has buttons with lights which can be programmed to match the OEM lights. So there's no breakup of the dash at night, it all looks fine.

There's FORM and FUNCTION, sometimes function>form. You could be enjoying the AA/Carplay experience, or deal with just running bluetooth.
 

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This one has an OEM look but runs on Windows CE not Android. I don't know if that's better or not. But it also says you need the optional canbus adaptor to use the factory backup camera, also would need a satellite receiver to have that functionality same as stock.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Stereo-Car...346438?hash=item4d71992fc6:g:SUQAAOSwjH5azw47
I'm not sure what the CANbus has to do with integrating the rear view camera. The module for the backup lines is in the back of the car, the CAN lines run into there. The wires up at the head unit are just video and power.

Any of the android head units can be wired for the rear backup camera as long as they have a standard yellow RCA input, and provision in the software for a backup camera. All you need is the backup camera harness from Metra and a 6v regulator, also from Metra. Any radio shop should be able to do it, easily, but you just need to make sure the head unit can support it.
 

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Hello, as you know there's no RDS enabled on 5" unit (but SiriusXM displays name of the radio and songs), on other hyundais on several forums people say if you hard reset the unit and set the Region to Europe RDS will be enabled by default.
Does anybody know hot to reset the 5" unit?
Thank you.
 
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